Wednesday, November 10, 2010
- To realize the value of ONE MONTH…..ask a mother who gave birth to a premature baby
- To realize the value of ONE WEEK……ask the editor of a weekly newspaper
- To realize the value of ONE HOUR……ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.
- To realize the value of ONE MINUTE…..ask a person who missed the train.
- To realize the value of ONE SECOND….ask a person who just avoided an accident.
- To realize the value of ONE MILLISECOND…..ask the person who won a silver medal in the Olympics.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
• Develop – Strong Will-power, Optimism, Boldness, Compromising Nature, I.Q.,E.Q,S.Q. …… .?
• Lead a life full of – Mental Peace, Tranquility, True Happiness, Cheerfulness, Congenial Relations with Spouse, Children, Parents, Friends .….?
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Sunday, May 30, 2010
World No Tobacco Day is observed around the world every year on May 31. It is meant to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption across the globe. The day is further intended to draw global attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and to negative health effects, which currently lead to 5.4 million deaths worldwide annually. Since 1987, the day has been met with both enthusiasm and resistance across the globe from governments, public health organizations, smokers, growers, and the tobacco industry.
Government income: Areas listed as excisable by many governments, and considering the thinkers' comments: To protect people – from harming their health by abusing substances such as tobacco and alcohol. To provide monies needed – for the extra healthcare and other public expenditures which will be needed as a direct or indirect result of excisable activities, such as lung cancer from smoking or road accidents resulting from drunk driving.
Root cause of the problem is stress. The real solution is to provide better solution release the stress. Meditation can drain out the tensions, especially mental tension, without any side effects. Let us observe the 'No Tobacco' day by practicing the exercise of 'complete relaxation with full awareness'.
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Thursday, May 27, 2010
Question: What are the thumb rules for a layman to take care of his heart?
1. Diet - Less of carbohydrate, more of protein, less oil
2. Exercise - Half an hour's walk, at least five days a week; avoid lifts and avoid sitting for a longtime
3. Quit smoking
4. Control weight
5. Control blood pressure and sugar
Question: Is eating non-vegetarian food (e.g. chicken, fish) good for the heart?
Question: It's still a grave shock to hear that some apparently healthy person
gets a cardiac arrest. How do we understand it in perspective?
Ans: This is called silent attack; that is why we recommend everyone past the age of 30 to undergo routine health checkups.
Question: What are the ways in which the heart is stressed? What practices do you suggest to de-stress?
Ans: Change your attitude towards life. Do not look for perfection in everything in life.
Question: Is walking better than jogging or is more intensive exercise required to keep a healthy heart?
Ans: Walking is better than jogging since jogging leads to early fatigue and injury to joints
Question: You have done so much for the poor and needy. What has inspired you to do so?
Ans: Mother Theresa , who was my patient
Question: Can people with low blood pressure suffer heart diseases?
Ans: Extremely rare
Question: Does cholesterol accumulates right from an early age
(I'm currently only 22) or do you have to worry about it only after you are above 30 years of age?
Ans: Cholesterol accumulates from childhood.
Question: How do irregular eating habits affect the heart ?
Ans: You tend to eat junk food when the habits are irregular and your body's enzyme release for digestion gets confused.
Question: How can I control cholesterol content without using medicines?
Ans: Control diet, walk and eat walnut.
Question: Can yoga prevent heart ailments?
Ans: Yoga (meditation) helps.
Question: Which is the best and worst food for the heart?
Ans: Fruits and vegetables are the best and the worst is oil.
Question: Which oil is better - groundnut, sunflower, olive?
Ans: All oils are bad .
Question: What is the routine checkup one should go through? Is there any specific test?
Ans: Routine blood test to ensure sugar, cholesterol is ok. Check BP, Treadmill test after an echo.
Question: What are the first aid steps to be taken on a heart attack?
Ans: Help the person into a sleeping position, place an aspirin tablet under the tongue with a sorbitrate tablet if available, and rush him to a coronary care unit since the maximum casualty takes place within the first hour.
Question: How do you differentiate between pain caused by a heart attack and that caused due to gastric trouble?
Ans: Extremely difficult without ECG.
Question: What is the main cause of a steep increase in heart problems amongst youngsters? I see people of about 30-40 yrs of age having heart attacks and serious heart problems.
Ans: Increased awareness has increased incidents.. Also, sedentary lifestyles, smoking, junk food, lack of exercise in a country where people are genetically three times more vulnerable for heart attacks than Europeans and Americans.
Question: Is it possible for a person to have BP outside the normal range of 120/80 and yet be perfectly healthy?
Question: Marriages within close relatives can lead to heart problems for the child. Is it true?
Ans : Yes, co-sanguinity leads to congenital abnormalities and you may not have a software engineer as a child
Question: Many of us have an irregular daily routine and many a times we have to stay late nights in office. Does this affect our heart ? What precautions would you recommend?
Ans : When you are young, nature protects you against all these irregularities. However, as you grow older, respect the biological clock.
Question: Will taking anti-hypertensive drugs cause some other complications (short / long term)?
Ans : Yes, most drugs have some side effects. However, modern anti- hypertensive drugs are extremely safe.
Question: Will consuming more coffee/tea lead to heart attacks?
Ans : No.
Question: Are asthma patients more prone to heart disease?
Ans : No.
Question: How would you define junk food?
Ans : Fried food like Kentucky, McDonalds, samosas, and even masala dosas.
Question: You mentioned that Indians are three times more vulnerable. What is the reason for this, as Europeans and Americans also eat a lot of junk food?
Ans: Every race is vulnerable to some disease and unfortunately, Indians are vulnerable for the most expensive disease.
Question: Does consuming bananas help reduce hypertension?
Ans : No.
Question: Can a person help himself during a heart attack (Because we see a lot of forwarded emails on this)?
Ans : Yes. Lie down comfortably and put an aspirin tablet of any description under the tongue and ask someone to take you to the nearest coronary care unit without any delay and do not wait for the ambulance since most of the time, the ambulance does not turn up.
Question: Do, in any way, low white blood cells and low hemoglobin count lead to heart problems?
Ans : No. But it is ideal to have normal hemoglobin level to increase your exercise capacity.
Question: Sometimes, due to the hectic schedule we are not able to exercise. So, does walking while doing daily chores at home or climbing the stairs in the house, work as a substitute for exercise?
Ans : Certainly. Avoid sitting continuously for more than half an hour and even the act of getting out of the chair and going to another chair and sitting helps a lot.
Question: Is there a relation between heart problems and blood sugar?
Ans: Yes. A strong relationship since diabetics are more vulnerable to heart attacks than non-diabetics.
Question: What are the things one needs to take care of after a heart operation?
Ans : Diet, exercise, drugs on time , Control cholesterol, BP, weight.
Question: Are people working on night shifts more vulnerable to heart disease when compared to day shift workers?
Ans : No.
Question: What are the modern anti-hypertensive drugs?
Ans : There are hundreds of drugs and your doctor will chose the right combination for your problem, but my suggestion is to avoid the drugs and go for natural ways of controlling blood pressure by walk, diet to reduce weight and changing attitudes towards lifestyles.
Question: Does dispirin or similar headache pills increase the risk of heart attacks?
Ans : No.
Question: Why is the rate of heart attacks more in men than in women?
Ans : Nature protects women till the age of 45.
Question: How can one keep the heart in a good condition?
Ans : Eat a healthy diet, avoid junk food, exercise every day, do not smoke and, go for health checkups if you are past the age of 30 (once in six months recommended) ...
Friday, May 21, 2010
Saturday, April 3, 2010
17 April 1911 - 17 November 1993.
Founder and Managing Director of Bharat Bijlee Ltd., for 33 years.
Past Chairman, IEEMA. Member Institute of Standards.
His contribution to the Electrical Industry as a great industrialist of his time is remembered even today.
He was described as Bhisma Pitamaha of the Indian Electrical Industry in India.
He was one of the first industrialists in India to have foreign collaboration with Siemens (Germany) in 1959.
There are many people who practice and preach the science of living. Jethabhai not only did this but also demonstrated science of dying. He embraced Samthara and left his body on November 17 1993.
“Economic development and oversupply of consumer goods cannot reduce violence and crime.
On the contrary, they can be instrumental in increasing them. The future of humanity lies in a balanced development of work, wealth and self-restraint. Labour and wealth represent the basic aspects of life. On the other hand, self-restraint represents life’s spiritual aspect.
A mentally steady life is impossible to conceive if education or training is not based on all three.” He has written many books and translated many Jain scriptures into English.
Hon. Professor of Science of Living at Jain Vishwa Bharati Institute (Deemed University), Rajsthan, India.
Mahendra Muni has mastered the Avadhan vidya (Shatavadhani). Technique of high concentration, amazing memory and computation power like computer. Memory is an inherent quality of consciousness and Avadhan is a process for developing the same. He can memories Sanskrit Couplets, long numbers with many digits, sentences of unknown languages, etc. merely by listening to them only once! He is also excellent in Mathematics. Mathematics is another facet of Avadhan, whereby problems requiring hours can be solved in a few minutes.
Author of over 15 books on philosophy, comparative studies on Science and Philosophy, Meditation, Mathematics, Atomic Science, and Jainism, etc.
India has ever been a breeding ground for the spiritual Sciences. Whereas the occident has applied its resources for the development of Nuclear (atomic) energy, Indian saints and sages have devoted their attention for the development of spiritual power and have achieved wonderful success. He along with Acharya shri Mahaprgna had several meetings with the President of India A. P. J. Kalam.
He is third son of Mr. Jethalal S. Zaveri. He graduated in B. Sc. first class first in the University of Bombay, 1957. He was initiated as a Jain Sadhu by Acharya Shri Tulsi. Muni Mahendra has good command over Sanskrit, Prakrit, Pali, English, German and other languages. He has written and edited number of books on Preksha Meditation.
Helpful information about Preksha meditation. Preksha is a process of awakening ones own reasoning mind (Viveka) and thereby control ones passions and emotions. It is based on the principle of engaging ones mind by concentrating on the perception rather than on thought. The perception, again, is that of internal phenomena of consciousness and not that of external objects.in reference to:
"Preksha is a process of awakening ones own reasoning mind (Viveka) and thereby control ones passions and emotions. It is based on the principle of engaging ones mind by concentrating on the perception rather than on thought. The perception, again, is that of internal phenomena of consciousness and not that of external objects."
- Preksha (view on Google Sidewiki)